China has a large cosmetic market. Keeping in view the large market, its growth China released New Regulations on Supervision and Administration of Cosmetics to regulate cosmetic industry. It is a series of rules that govern imports, market entry and sales of cosmetics in China. The new Regulation on Supervision and Administration of Cosmetics will replace The Regulations on Hygiene Supervision of Cosmetics. The new Regulations comprises of 80 articles which consist of six chapters on raw materials, supervision and administration, legal responsibilities and operation and production.

Authored by Divyanshi Gupta, Faculty Of Law, Lucknow University.



Modern Chinese law in its forms, structure and methodologies exhibit many western characteristics. This article discusses about China’s reaction against COVID-19 pandemic under International Law implement by UN   and also discusses about China’s formal legal system.  There has also been development in the Public Law areas and significant implication for protecting human rights (written into the 2004 constitutional amendment) since china’s entry into the World Trade Organization (WTO), which impose requirement on transparency and accessibility of law, reasonable administration of law and impartiality, independence and effectiveness of judicial review.

Authored by Pooja Shrivastav, IME Law College

A digital strike in India to secure Sovereignty


30 June 2020 Indian Government imposed a ban approximate 59 China apps popular in Indian youths like Tik Tok (short video platform), UC Browser, Share It (file sharing app), and Cam Scanner, ( i OS and Android devices to be used as image and document scanners). Such type of ban on social media, books or movies should trigger a debate on its legality. India’s social virtual platforms are mostly different from developed countries like UK or USA where freedom of speech is held Supreme. In the Constitution of India ‘freedom of speech’ is given to citizens with limitations and every citizen of India is bound by these limitations. Although such ban on social media platforms could impede foreign direct investment and affect the expansion of the expansion of Indian digital policies, various cyber libertarians have advocated that sovereignty of states must be maintained. Hence, it is the obligation of states to plan national and worldwide law to oversee the internet. Barely any issues in overall relations are as flawed as the use of intensity and the genuine framework that legitimizes a state’s usage of intensity in self-insurance.

Authored by Anjali dixit